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A Fansite For The Twilight Saga And The Sookie Stackhouse Books.
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16 Jan 2011 Leave a comment
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14 Jan 2011 Leave a comment
Kristen Stewart’s body can tell a million stories. Kinetic, she jiggles, feints, and darts as she talks, hanging back, looking off to the side, signaling resistance, a combinative intelligence. “The word I always use for her is vulpine.” says Jack Scott, who recently directed her in Welcome to the Rileys, in which she plays a teenage runaway and lap dancer. “Foxlike. She’s got that way of moving and being that you often find in her performances, a sort of wiliness.”
In other words, Stewart projects the kind of wary, rebellious edge that is so much more typical of her age group – she is 20 – than gleeful high spirits, which is problably one reason she is head and shoulders above her peers in Hollywood’s power pyramid, and a director’s darling. Scott heard about her from his friend Sean Penn after Penn cast her as the unmoored daughter of hippie parents in the memorable Into the Wild. “Sean said, ‘You’ve gotta see this kid,’ Scott recalls. “She’s just so alive!” For Bill Condon, currently ensconced in a year’s worth of filming for Breaking Dawn, the two-part finale of the mighty Twilight Saga, “Kristen was the top of my list of reasons to do this movie.”
06 Jan 2011 Leave a comment
Sadly no awards for True Blood or The Vampire Diaries but the guys for The Twilight Saga won 4! 🙂
Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner accepted the People’s Choice Award for ‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’ for Favorite Movie, Favorite Drama Movie and Favorite On Screen Team!
Queen Latifah talking to Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner below!
True Bloods Stephen Moyer presents the Favorite Movie Actress award to Kristen Stewart for ‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’
Stephen Moyer Talks Anna and Season 4 below!
26 Nov 2010 Leave a comment
I know most of you guys have seen it but its so exciting people!!! 🙂
Taken from source: Twilight Facebook Page
“Happy Thanksgiving and A crazy Black Friday to all of you and yours” – Bill Condon
09 Nov 2010 Leave a comment
Cause you guys really wanted me to post some of these super cute photos, so heres one and check out the rest of them at source! enjoy guys!!! 🙂
04 Nov 2010 Leave a comment
To some, Kristen Stewart is simply “the ‘Twilight’ girl.” Her arresting turn as love-struck teen Bella Swan in the swoony series of vampire romance blockbusters put her on the map and earned her the mantle of “movie star.”
And for many young actors, this would have represented the chance to cash in, to do a whole bunch of well-paying wannabe hits with various supernatural love interests. Stewart, on the other hand, prefers the more challenging route: offbeat indies, parts that speak to her in a genuine way, and the occasional portrayal of an icon (like, say, Joan Jett). She only hopes that those who want to see her as nothing more than Bella will give her a chance.
“There’s a road I’m going down now, and I’m aware that there’s not as much of an audience for strange movies—for different, eclectic movies—and I totally accept that,” she says. “But at the same time, if I do films like that, I want people to take it for what it is instead of going, ‘Oh, let’s see the ‘Twilight’ girl try to do this.’?”
Stewart says she is deeply grateful for all the opportunities the runaway vampire franchise has sent her way, but she has made sure the personas she has taken on since have not been terribly Bella-like. Take her nuanced performance in the recent indie sensation “Welcome to the Rileys.” As foul-mouthed teen runaway/stripper Mallory, Stewart is raw and real, a believably bruised troublemaker, and she more than holds her own opposite co-stars James Gandolfini and Melissa Leo. “I’m really glad that it took the time that it did to get made, because I think by the time I was 18, I was ready and more confident and mature enough to play the part,” says the actor, now 20. “I had read the script when I was 16, and I was just too young. I would’ve shied away from stuff, I think.”
“Rileys” director Jake Scott first took note of Stewart in Sean Penn’s “Into the Wild.” Her screen time is limited, but she made it her own. “I went for a drink with Sean Penn, and he said, ‘Check this kid out,’?” recalls Scott. “She didn’t do very much in that film, but she just had this quality that I’d always imagined Mallory would have—I always say ‘vulpine.’ Kind of feral, a bit of an alley cat. That really is strong in her, even though she’s come from a very happy, loving background. It’s interesting; maybe that’s why she can play such damaged characters, such complex characters.”
“Welcome to the Rileys” was in the works pre-”Twilight,” and Scott recalls having to fight a bit to cast Stewart. “I was lucky he thought I deserved it,” she says with a laugh. Stewart did everything possible to live up to the faith Scott had in her, throwing herself into research and character work. “I’m from the Valley, and I’ve had the most normal and privileged upbringing, so the fear in that is sort of ‘Who are you and what do you know?’?” she says.
Stewart read books on homeless teens, talked to real-life strip club workers, and even learned to pole dance. “You really don’t see it in the movie,” she says of the pole dancing, “which sucks—I mean, it doesn’t suck. Jake didn’t want to exploit Mallory any more than she already is, but I did find that they beat the hell out of themselves. I had bruises all over my legs, all up the sides of my body. I think we did everything we could to do it right. For the girls who can relate to a movie like this, it’s so necessary. We would be such frauds if we didn’t do the proper work.”
29 Oct 2010 Leave a comment
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28 Oct 2010 Leave a comment
LA Times Reports:
For once, Kristen Stewart seemed at ease.
The 20-year-old “Twilight” star was enjoying a rare moment of anonymity at one of her favorite restaurants, a rustic hideaway shrouded by a canopy of ferns, perched alongside a twisty road in Topanga Canyon. Notices for a local farmers market, a childbirth preparation class and a 70th birthday celebration for John Lennon decorated the haunt’s bulletin board.
A few honeybees circled the veggie burger on her plate as she chatted about playing a teenage runaway-turned-stripper in her latest film, “Welcome to the Rileys,” a drama coming to theaters Friday. She wasn’t running her hands through her hair, or incessantly shaking her leg, or stuttering as she tried to express herself — all of the characteristic nervous tics she’s often displayed in public since the first “Twilight” film rocketed her into a frightening orbit of celebrity two years ago.
Then, suddenly, her face fell. A stranger was timidly inching over to her table.
“Could I take a picture for my girlfriend in Thailand?” the man, who appeared to be in his 30s, asked.“She’s a great-looking girl. I just recently got into your movies with her. Is that cool?”
Stewart paused, her left leg slowly beginning to bounce. “Yeah,” she sighed. “Yeah, sure.” She posed for a photo with the interloper.
Oblivious to her agitation, he lingered. “What’s your name again? Kristen, right? Want me to show you my girl?” he asked, beginning to flip through images on his digital camera. “Just for her to know that I picked up breakfast at your restaurant. You know, we’re the type of people that don’t get out much.”
Finally, he retreated. Stewart pulled the hood of her black sweatshirt over her head.
“It’s strange when you become a novelty,” she said, slouching down into her seat. “It’s sort of like, ‘Yeah, sure. Go put this on your Facebook so your friends can laugh at it.’ Because that’s what they will do. And I usually say no to people like that, when they’re like, ‘Yo, yo, can I get a picture of you?’ And it’s like, ‘No, … you,’ ‘‘ she said, interjecting an obscenity. “That’s what I’m thinking.”
Stewart, it’s clear, is still grappling with fame, which came at her hard and fast when at age 17 she took on the role of Bella Swan in the “Twilight” vampire franchise, whose fourth installment begins production next month. She’s always trailed by paparazzi. A frenzy breaks out whenever she’s spotted off-set with “Twilight” co-star Robert Pattinson; tabloids speculate breathlessly about their personal lives.
(One celebrity website, for example, recently gushed about its “exclusive new details” on the pair’s visit to a Play N Trade video game store in Prairieville, La., where they are preparing to film the first part of “Breaking Dawn.” If you must know, they reportedly bought the game “Fallout: New Vegas.”)
Unlike other young stars like Justin Bieber or Lindsay Lohan, who seem to relish sharing tidbits about their lives with fans on social networking sites like Twitter, Stewart has strenuously resisted constant demands to divulge more of herself to the public.
In past interviews, she’s displayed a penchant for stuttering and eye rolling, consequently developing a reputation for being sullen, or awkward. During a 2008 interview with David Letterman, she self-consciously referred to herself as “actually really boring.”
“I don’t have a personality fit for television. I just don’t,” she admitted, sounding genuinely friendly. “Even when I really feel like I’ve had fun with something and been totally fine and we talked about stuff that I thought was interesting — even then. I don’t know. It’s getting easier. It used to be a lot worse. And it’s totally my fault, too. I guess I just put too much pressure on myself before, and it showed.”
Though she started acting half a lifetime ago — garnering early acclaim from the likes of Jodie Foster, who co-starred with her in 2002’s “Panic Room,” and Sean Penn, who directed her in 2007’s “Into the Wild” — Stewart says she’s been unable to nail a performance as a carefree, charming or cute interview subject, because that’s simply not who she is.
Sixteen-year-old Dakota Fanning, who costarred with Stewart in “The Runaways” this year, picked up on her uneasiness during the film’s media tour.
“I think that her being uncomfortable doing interviews — Kristen is exactly who she is. It’s something that I admire her for,” Fanning said. “When she’s doing an interview, she really thinks about what she’s saying. She’s a truthful, honest person, and wants that to come across so badly.”
Things got so bad, her team sent her to media training.
“Basically, they told me that I should be ready for any question that’s thrown at me, and I should have a stock answer, because then it won’t confuse things and you’ll never be caught off guard,” she recalled. “And there’s no way to do that. There’s no way to be prepared for a conversation with someone you don’t know about something that means the world to you.”
Full interview at latimes!